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Upcoming Daylight Savings Time changes

From: Michael Cooper <cooper@w3.org>
Date: Fri, 20 Oct 2017 16:14:07 +0000
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It is the time of year that clocks change to or from Daylight Savings Time in many countries. Our meetings are scheduled in Boston time, so countries that change times at a different point than North America, or do not change times, will have local time of meetings change. Summary of changes:

Southern hemisphere countries have already moved clocks forward, and meetings are now an hour later than before.

Beginning 29 October Europe and Middle East change time, so meetings will be 1 hour earlier than before.

Beginning 5 November North America changes time, so meetings in Europe and Middle East will return to normal time. Southern hemisphere meetings will move a further hour later. Countries that do not change times, such as much of Asia, will have meetings an hour later until the next transition.
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